Go gola kgotsa go fetoga ga mogare wa HI go ya go AIDS le Dr Isaac Mashitisho – Specialist Physician

HIV is not a death sentence, but has lately been perceived as a mere lifestyle disease that is just easily manageable like most. For as long as one can accept their HIV status, take precautionary measure of taking good care of themselves and their health and taking medication accordingly as advised by their health experts, then there should be nothing worry about. Now question to be asked is when takes good care of them, does HIV get to be HIV forever or will it eventually after some time develop to AIDS?
Well since it has been thoroughly emphasized that medication is important and should be taken accordingly as advised by health experts, defaulting or quitting it completely can have dire consequences.
There is no cure for HIV infection, but HIV medicines called antiretroviral or ARVs can slow or prevent HIV from advancing from one stage to the next. HIV medicines help people with HIV live longer, healthier lives. HIV medicines also reduce the risk of HIV transmission.